Digital2Learn | Cynthia Merrill & Liv Van Ledtje / Kids Can Teach Us: A Message on Digital Literacy, Part 1 [PODCAST S1 E37]

"A lot of the time, kids have this idea in their heads it's just the adults that teach them. Really, it's just that kids can […]

“Beating” a Reverse Image Search

As the race for innovative technology continually evolves, so does the need for educators to adapt equally. The move to online education has intensified the […]

CREATE-ing Together: Using Perusall and the C.R.E.A.T.E method for increasing reading comprehension and analysis of primary literature

Combining the C.R.E.A.T.E .method with an online annotation and discussion tool like Perusall can empower students to confidently participate in conversations and amplify more voices […]

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Blended, Flipped, and Remote Learning: What’s the Difference?

Words have meaning. The question is do we all have the same understanding of the meaning of a particular word or phrase. We have been […]

StoryMap JS: Creating Immersive Social Studies Education

Teaching social studies subjects — history, civics, geography, and more — can be a challenge. Multiple elements of time and space are required to create […]

Are You a Victim of Typosquatting?

Educators have made great strides in teaching digital citizenship to students. Many students now know the value of a strong password (that is, not shared […]

#570 Making a video call with Slack

If you use the free version of Slack, you have the option to voice or video call an individual member of your Slack team. This […]

#569 Video conferencing with Google Hangouts

If you have a Google account, a Google Hangout is a super quick and easy way to set up a video call. When you are […]

How to get ebooks in the hands of students

The other day as I imagined my thirteen-year-old self stuck at home for the remainder of the school year, I The post How to get […]

#568 Zoom: 10 tips and tricks

I’m sure that the majority of you working remotely will by now have been in at least one or two (!) Zoom meetings over the […]

Setting & tracking reading goals

I am NOT a fan of mandatory reading logs. I am, however, a huge fan of reading for pleasure. Stories, The post Setting & tracking […]

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